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Display Security Scopes and Collections columns by default under Administrative Users

Many organizations struggle a lot with the concepts in Role Based Administration. One of the things I see that helps them immensely to see how they've misapplied security is to simply turn on the Scopes and Collections column views under Administrative Users. While the Roles are shown by default, without the Scopes and Collections, there isn't enough context for them to understand what is actually set up.

Please display the Security Scopes and Collections columns by default under the Administrative Users view in the ConfigMgr console. This will help people understand RBA at a glance much more easily.

Thanks for your help!

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  • Nash Pherson (MVP) commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Saw this during 2 different customer conversations last week - adding the columns equated to light bulbs going off right away for ConfigMgr admins. They need to be there by default.

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